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between the republicans and the democrats. >> sadly, sean, there is one difference. right now the people fighting the hardest against defunding obamacare are republicans. the republicans are all shooting at those who are trying to work with the grass roots to stop this disaster of a bill that is killing jobs and driving up insurance rates and hurting the american people. how do we win? first we get 41 republicans in the senate to stand together and the only way to do that is to get millions of americans to go online and hold our officials accountable. but once millions of americans are energized, they can hold democrats accountable. if you are up for elections in arkansas and louisiana and you start getting calls from 5,000 or 10,000 or 50,000, this looks very, very different. i agree with you. we are running out of time. i want to get this in. i know a lot has been made of the fact that your birth certificate and you have renounwned your canadian citizenship. but it is interesting how many democrats do not want you to get into the race for the presidency. let me play for you the comment
to be back, sean. thank you. >> before you respond to that, i want two other administration oh officials starting with crazy uncle joe. here's joe biden in 2007. >> i was chairman of the judiciary committee for 17 years as its ranking member. i teach separation of powers in constitutional law. this is something i know. i got together and brought a group of constitutional scholars together to write a piece i will deliver to the united states senate pointing out the president has no constitutional authority to take this nation to war against a country of 70 million people unless we are attacked or unless there is proof that we are about to be attacked. if he does, i would move to impeach him. the house obviously has to do that. i would lead an effort to impeach him. the reason for doing that -- i don't say i it lightly. i don't say it lightly. i say it because they should understand what they were threatening, what they were saying, what was adding up to be what looked like to the world what we were about to do would be the most disaster the rous thing that could be done at this moment in
. by the way, sean. the civilian slaughter is also war crimes. we've sat by and done nothing to really counteract that, or punish that type of war crime. again, this point in time for america to start to lead -- this president to lead. to come before congress and get the approval of congress to do this, he should be able to make this case, i think if he tries to make it, he'll get the boot from congress. >> thank you for being with us. appreciate it, joining me with reaction to this developing story. ann coulter is with us. two big questions i have here. if they're not going for regime change, we have two big questions before us, number one, we have the israelis. now, if iran and syria are saying if they get a cruise missile attack, they're going to attack israel. is the president prepared to defend them? >> no. >> and number two. >> let's start with that one. >> wait a minute. we have to consider that. and what's the point then of lobbying missiles -- >> it's very depressing talking about foreign policy, whenever a democrat is president, because they don't care about america's nationa
with a soldier who was wounded at at fort hood on the post there. retired arm staff sergeant sean man something with us live. his reaction coming at the bottom of the hour from his home in the state of washington. what a road he has had to travel. we'll talk to sean coming up here. martha: we're looking forward to that and hearing from all those individuals. so important as the family members point out. in the meantime let's get awe snapshot on the health of the u.s. economy because we got some new numbers this morning. here is the commerce department number. they say the economy grew at 2.5% from april to june. that is sharply higher than previous estimates but it is not a great number overall. stuart varney joins me now, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. stuart, good morning to you. >> good morning, martha. martha: what do you make of it? >> you are right but it is not a great number overall but it is an improvement. martha, welcome to the new normal, are you happy with it? new normal means very modest rate of growth and still the worst recovery from any recession since
, christopher lane. welcome to "hannity" i'm david webb in tonight for sean. late last week, prosecutors say these three teens hunted down, shot and killed christopher lane for quote fun. and now a new report in the daily column might explain part of their motivation. the article explains that one of the alleged killers, james francis edward jr., posted racial statements on twitter. and according to the daily collar "edwards' social media activities are still on stark display and show the teen glorifying hiphop, violence and sex, pictures on facebook also show edwards and luna wearing gang colors, flashing gang signs, a couple of tweets also suggest that edwards was not fond of white people. on april 29th he tweeted "90% of white ppl are nasty #hatethem." earlier today, a fox news producer spoke with the stephens county, oklahoma district attorney. he said he will not focus on the shooting as being a hate crime but would rather stick to the murder charges. joining me with reaction are fox news contributor, former florida congressman allen west, and my friend fox news political analyst ron wi
% contained. it could take the winter rains to finally put it out. cbs reporter sean bennett is gathering the latest information from the firelines near groveland now with the very latest. sean. >> reporter: good morning, frank. you know, we're live atop a grade this morning about 7 miles or so from groveland and 15 miles from yosemite but i just want to show you the valley and what we're dealing with. the smoke has made its way all the way back down towards escalon and oakdale just coming off 99 making your way up 120 going all the way through yosemite which is open at this hour. as far as the "rim" fire, how about some video. you can see how extensive it has been over the last week. huge flames a lot of firefighters on the front lines. now burning northeast of groveland edging closer towards homes in tuolumne county. winds up to 20 miles an hour spread flames sunday afternoon as firefighters focus on the west side to stay ahead of the fire. strike teams are even waiting nearby to protect homes just in case this erratically moving fast fire takes a devastating turn towards thousands of h
a duet. >> jimmy: he can change his name one more time, yeah. sean mccombs. or whatever -- yeah. >> sean mccumbs. >> jimmy: sean mccombs. >> we'll add a mix for him in the country music -- >> jimmy: in the country music world. yeah. well, the album, the soundtrack, you're amazing on that. you have a new -- they have a song out now. >> yes, it's "telescope." and then, the album -- the actual soundtrack, the first one -- which i think they're going to be releasing another one soon. and it went -- like too good to be true, number one on itunes. >> jimmy: i love that. i'm so happy for you. >> it's wild. >> jimmy: it's a great show. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show a clip. here's the very talented hayden panettiere with connie britton in "nashville." take a look. >> i guess congratulations are in order. >> nice ring. >> thank you. but you're not here to talk about my ring. >> no, i want to start the tour on sunday. >> are you kidding? >> uh-uh. >> why do you even want to go out on tour with me? you hate me. >> i only hate sunburns and hangovers. this is just business.
working in an independent hardware store who makes 11 or $12 an hour to say yes, sean da should get 15 for serving hamburgers. it is doing to be very very difficult. unfortunately, this movement is more going on here than just $15 an hour. it is the labor movement. they are trying to essentially recruit workers get union cards things of that nature, and the impact on mcdonalds will be far greater than the $15 an hour, because they will bring everything else. before you know it you will have work rules. where someone that makes fries can't flip a hamburger, someone who flips a hamburger. >> some people would argue that's a good thing. >> well, those are the rules that general motors out of business, i would point out to you. >> also created all sorts of issues. unions at times have protected, whoers so it is one of those balances acts. let's talk about what the fast food industry is saying. they are saying that they are defending themselveses by saying -- the fact is only 5% of restaurant employees any the minimum wage, and those who do are working part time, half are teenagers. on the
shirley jones was too right. david cassidy arrested. i'm sean robinson. who is the star lucky that this wasn't worse? [ bleep ]. >> lights, camera, action! >> father to be simon, makes it official. welcome to "access hollywood." it has taken him three weeks to come clean. simon says it. we can say with 100% certainty, there will be a little cowell coming into the world. >> a lot of things are changing my life right now the i am proud to be a dad. you know something i hadn't thought of before. now i know -- i feel good about it. >> do you know if you are having a boy or girl? >> i can't say. >> embracing his father to be status with exfriend's ex-wife, lauren silverman, simon confirmed the news, at the red carpet for one direction. one direction missions us. >> to be a pop star, it's exciting, yes. because i look after them. >> today silverman starting to show was photographed arriving in france. it is reported she will reunite with simon for the first time since settling her divorce in new york. interesting to note, simon's ex-fiance was spotted leaving his house this morning.
suspects. mit officer sean collier was shot and killed april 18th. he was just weeks away from realizing his dream of becoming a police officer for the somerville department. now that dream is coming true. the city is paying special tribute for the fallen officer, swearing sean collier into its police department posthumously during a ceremony tonight. heather: three teenage boys charged in the connection with the murder of an aspiring athlete. australian baseball player christopher lang gunned down while jogging. latest details on the tweet that this so-called thrill kill was racially motivated. [ male announcer ] this is claira. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for her, she's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with her all day to see how it goes. [ claira ] after the deliveries, i was okay. now the ciabatta is done and the pain is starting again. more pills? seriously? seriously. [ groans ] all these stops to take more pills can be a pain. can i get my aleve back? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red
.i.t.police officer sean collier. a procession of police officers on motorcycles riding through cambridge, placing a single red rose in the spot where the 27-year-old died exactly four months ago today. authorities say collier was executed by the suspected boston marathon bombers while they were on the run. collier's sister said he would have been proud to see today's tribute. >> he believed in honoring police officers for what they do and first responders, that was important to him. >> organizers say the event raised $50,000 to help families of officers killed in the line of duty. >>> to colorado, just call it a burt day celebration. he is having a week-long bash, with cake, special hippo snacks and free admission for anyone named bert. he is the second oldest hip pot must. that's fox watch across america. happy birthday to bert. >>> it was a near catastrophe yesterday. a gust of wind turned the tarp on a boat, sending two overboard. the sailors were almost crushed but scooped up in seconds. despite the problem, they sailed to victory. the wind has been a concern during the race. rule changes com
-- everything was good, i paid my bills on time, the fact that sean hannity is a friend should not hurt me. >> exactly. >> neil: bill o'riley might be another matter. that would be killing my credit score. ladies, i just made that up. forget feeling the financial heat. try folks in the midwest dealing with heat. schools are closing, folks-sweating, and this frog is rejoicing because he is a hit and the woman who created him is hot. i'm talking hot in the popular sense. get your mind out of the pond scum. test. test. >> neil: heroes can't look all like me, the cape crusader of cash. but enough about me. janice dean invading my world with freddy the frogcaster, approving -- proving that heroes can be green and look like me. it is a wonderful children's book. a very uplifting message. >> it's a pleasure to be on your show. >> neil: you were telling me during the break, what was the emtuesday of this? >> over the years have had colleagues and friends ask me, can i recommend a book that will help their kid understand weather, and i did my research, and there really isn't a whole lot out there.
of planned documentaries about hillary clinton. according to rnc communications director sean spicer, they simply don't want news organizations tipping the scales in the upcoming election. take a listen. >> it is about time the republican party started taking control of the debate process. we need to create a system that puts the party, the best interests of our candidates at stake. >> reporter: and that vote is expected to take place this morning. martha? martha: well, republicans had a lot to think over after the last election. they tried to cover a lot of ground in the past few days. have they? >> reporter: absolutely. that is essentially what this is. this is a big business meeting. the representatives, the committee men and women from all over the country come here to cover all the details and trying to really reach out, expand their ground game, particularly among young people all across the country and minority communities across the country. part of that is about technology. bettering their communications online, everything from facebook to other technological outreach. so th
briefcase of the the only thing inside was a brand new copy of sean hannit's new book "deliver us from evil." you have to picture the scene we walked up to the security checkpoint and i'm now the individual who not only takes off his shoes and walks through the magnitometer but i am i have the thorough examination. what pops out is hannit's mug on the new book. i didn't complain about the process. i believe we all have an obligation in the war on terror to do our small part. i thought it was a bit ridiculous. but i blamed osama bin laden. i cursed him under my breath. i got on the plane and we headed to florida. one week later it was time to now do this in reverse. you know that i host a daily morning program here in philadelphia. what you may not know is that each of our homes are also wired for sound. and so when in florida for spring break it's a vacation for the family, but i'm loathe to be off the air. i have a studio in our place in florida and i remain on the air. there is a piece of electronic equipment that allows me to be on the air, a comrex matrix. if you didn't know what it was
last september 11th killing ambassador chris stevens, information officer sean smith, and former navy s.e.a.l. tyrone woods and glen dougherty. adam housley live in our west coast newsroom with more. adam, where are we in this investigation? >> reporter: well, the information we've received in the last week really reaffirms and also moves forward what they had heard, which is the u.s. had information on these suspects last november, was reiterated in january and put, quote, on a silver platter for u.s. leaders, and nothing was done. now what we have learned in the last week to advance that even more is that there was an action report actually given to the president back on august 7th, and at least one suspect in the benghazi attack. also, a number of things that have happened behind the scenes in the last few months. first of all, we've been told that at one point a special operator who had come into the area to take over the unit training libyans had some words with the interim ambassador basically saying i'll be letting these guys get away with murder and the person that replaced him,
. that is the very clear advice for tourists in the crocodile infested corner of australia. 24-year-old sean cole was at a birthday party at a remote jungle lodge when he and a pal decided to ignore the council and swim in the notorious mary river. as his horrified friends looked on it was over in an instant. a 16-foot croc snapped his jaws and the young party-goer disappeared. >> one of the guys that worked there, walked up and said, "look, i think some one has been taken by a croc." i went, "you're joking." >> in the mary river there are thousands and thousands. police and wildlife officers rushed to the scene. searching through the night for some sign of the victim. by daybreak they killed three giant crocs but found nothing. jeffrey kaufman, abc news, london. >> sad story from south florida. a 12-year-old boy fighting a rare brain-eating amoeba has lost his fight. zachary reyna's family set to take him off life support. it is believed he was infected playing in freshwater just over three weeks ago. kept alive on ventilators. so his organs could be donated. there had been nearly 30 similar inf
, if any, military action he's going to take against the syrian regime. i'm tucker in for sean. earlier today, the administration released part of an intelligence report and moments later, the president had this to say. >> as you've seen, today, we've released our unclassified assessment detailing with high confidence that the syrian regime carried out a chemical weapon that killed well over 1,000 people, including hundreds of children. this kind of
? first up, "worlds end" folks who made sean of the dead and hot fuzz. five lifelong friend go become to finish an historic pub crawl they started in the 90s. when the final pub is called halfway through. and everyone in the town replaced by robots. the motley troupe has to save the human race. it begins like this. take a listen. >> -- for 16 years -- i haven't had a drink for 16 years. >> you must be thirsty the we can go back. and this time we will finish this thing once and for all. >> you have a selective memory, jerry. >> thanks. >> you remember friday nights. i remember monday mornings. >> you get the sense of the zany verbal humor. "new york post" reviewer said, "world's end, can't end soon enough." >> most actually reviews were positive. l.a. times, feels like a sell brags of friendship and dlab racing and all that is silly and gloriousen the human spirit. not bad. >> continuing with our alcohol theme here. drinking buddies is a small indy movie romantic comedy, at the heart of the drama are two brewery workers, like and kate and greg attraction to each other though both are i
. >>> today's tweet of the day comes from sean diddy combs. wrote happy birthday to the greatest performer of all time. michael jackson, there is only one king. you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and 9 grams of protein. [ bottle ] ensure®. nutrition in charge™. >>> mike tyson says he has the fight in his life, full of shocking revelations. he had a lot more to say in an interview with "today" show's mad lauer. >> when i start drinking and relapse, i think of dying. i don't know. i don't want to be around no more. >> reporter: he's known as a brutal competitor, iron mike, but it was his brutal honesty last week that has people talking. >> i won't survive if i don't get help. >> reporter: turning a press conference into a public confessional. >> i'm on the verge of dying, because i'm a vicious alcoholic. >> reporter: the former heavyweight champion went off script into the deepest recesses of his psyche. >> i'm negative, dark and i want to do bad stuff. >> reporter: one of the mo
, for a fallen hero killed in the line of duty during the boston bombing manhunt. m.i.t. security officer sean collier was weeks away from becoming a summerville police officer. when he was shot and killed by the boston bombing suspects. yesterday, the summerville police department posthumously swore collier in and retired his badge. >> robert griffin iii quarterback of the washington redskins lighter in the wallet this morning. rg3 fined $10,000 by the nfl for apparent violation of his apparel. before monday night's game against the steelers. griffin wore a t-shirt made by adidas. nfl rules say players must wear nike gear. griffin didn't play in the game. >>> more than 50 large wildfires burn out of control across the western states, a blaze outside yosemite national park has tripled in size. california governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency. as thick smoke spread as far as reno. 150 miles away. sheriffs deputies have been going door to door urging people to evacuate. many are refusing to leave. >> take a look at the weather. clear skies across the west coast. thunderstorms ac
unexpected hug. it turns out it was her husband. sergeant sean jamison making a surprise homecoming after his second tour of duty in afghanistan. the family was not expecting him until next month. that is great. those are your headlines. let's find out about your weather with rick. >> rick: such a cool story. i love it it that's one of the better ones. that's a great costume if you can pull that one off is awesome. talk about your weather this morning. you will notice it's a little bit darker. we are losing a the love sunlight right now. time of year we are heading into fall in a very rapid pace. labor day is about to be fall. get ready. take a look at your temperature map right now. it does not feel like fall across the central plains. brutally hot week. broken records. yesterday in chicago got to 96 degrees. your highest temperature that you have had all summer long which is very hard to believe. today we are going to see some thunderstorms move across areas of the northeast. and we're going to seat temperatures be a little bit warm and sticky. down to the southeast the same story. there is
of horrified friend. sean paul was at his birthday party when he decided to go for a swim in a well known crocodile infested swim. the nearly 15-foot animal grabbed him and took off. >>anna: colin powell giving a message to republicans. voter i.d. laws will backfire on you. >> these kinds of procedures being put in place to slow the process down, make it likely that fewer hispanics and african-americans might vote, i think they're going to backfire because these people are going to come out and do what they have to do in order to vote. i encourage that. >>anna: supporters of voter i.d. law say they are a simple and legal way to fight voter fraud. some states are pushing for new laws after the supreme court ruled part of the voting rights act as unconstitutional. >>brian: frightening moments at the indy race. scott dixon there pulling out of the pit, a tire went flying hitting another crew member. a third was hit by an air gun. a drive-through penalty for dixon. he finished 15th. >> there goes the target car. >>anna: there goes his knee. >>steve: for 197 years the old farmer's a almanac ha
sean and fin, whom she can't wait to start playing with. >> we made up this one game. it was where we try to chase everyone. >> it was called evil fin? she's also looking forward to fulfilling her dream to become a famous singer. ♪ >> i think love can do a lot of things. love is very powerful. >> you can never give up and just persevere and really push forward. it's amazing the strength you can get from everyone around you to achieve what needs to be done. >> sarah will likely be home schooled for the next year. she breathes with the help of a tube and she is still on a variety of antirejection and steroid drugs. but surrounded by the love of family and friends, the one word that seems to capture her is strong. >> she's a strong girl. she's a fighter. >> what would you say to all the people who tried to help you and believed in you? >> thank you. just remember this, if you're ever in trouble and i'm strong, you can be strong. >> if you're ever in trouble and i'm strong, you can be strong, too. those are great words as we go forward in the middle of a week here. >> brian: it's amazin
administrator. sean o'keefe has been acting administrator of the navy. if you have a person is qualified, historians will tell you. i love my work and i think my people enjoy working for me. my job is to facilitate their success we want to be the best place work in government. c-span: you mentioned having dinner in iraq and afghanistan. he is now an oscar nod. where is he at now? >> guest: is a navy s.e.a.l. c-span: how did that happen? >> guest: he wanted to be an astronaut. they come from all walks of life. i apply for the state program and i was picked up and i went all the way through a 14 year career where nasa reimburse me for my salary. in the marine corps let me go for 14 years and i went back. c-span: so what does the space station do? >> guest: most of it is science, scientific investigation. solar science, we now have a number of earth science experiments that are there looking up the atmosphere. we are doing technology development that is the product of many nations, more than 20 nations that have the science experiment. it is a basic physics experiment looking at the beginni
.s. response. members of congress going on the sunday talk shows to talk about this issue. sean is up next from baton rouge, louisiana. caller: good morning. i think we should absolutely do nothing. we get into much trouble if we stick our noses in where they do not belong. they didn't do anything to us, we shouldn't do anything to them, and it will solve no problems. hitler did not use poison gas and world war ii. the british and americans had read -- had it ready to go. host: a few stories i want to note for you this morning, this is from "the usa today," -- one other interesting story. here is a piece from "the washington times" -- that story has a picture of john hickenlooper. they are facing a secession movement in his state. left ona few minutes the question we are posing to our quests -- to our viewers. how should the u.s. respond in syria? ryan is up next on our independent line in maryland. good morning. i think it is time for america to stand back and let the nature of all course of her. think obama, if he gets in on this intervention, what happens again is we forget all of the innoce
. >> reporter: for third baseman, sean thomas the game means getting back on his feet. joe is helping him find a job. >> i appreciate it, joe. >> they have a lot of openings. >> reporter: for rose it is about belonging. >> i am part of a team, a part of society again. i love it. >> reporter: on joe carobello's diamond in the rough. >> that a boy, mitch! >> reporter: clayton sandel, abc news, denver. >> it just takes one person with a brilliant idea. sometimes that is so brilliant. the kind of thing that cities across america should start adopting. a wonderful way. to bring people together. >> good for the soul. good for us. we should get out there. sunny lawson field they're playing on. newly restored. where my favorite writer in the whole world -- where jack kerouac watched, and talked about it in the book "on the road." >> did you write that? >> i did not. i saw that. >> i mentioned jack kerouac. >> must say something. about jack kerouac. a cool story. cool tidbit. >> next, we'll get into football. >> nfl teams were practicing. college kids were playing for real. an ending that will be hard
we'd all like to see right now. >> thanks for that. from the audience. >> hi, my name is sean lingus, i'm a reporter. my question is for mr. blizard and anyone else who wants to answer. it's been sate with regard to isac there aren't enough clearances in the industry for everyone who wants to participate. does nerc acknowledge this is a problem and, if so, what's being done to address it? >> sean, thanks for the question. we, industry recognized that we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it, so then you do the simple math. i want to say there's 4,000 entityies, and you come up with a model that maybe three or four clearances are needed per entity. you do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, etc., etc. so who really should get those clearances? well, the cip committee, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors, tackled this problem about the last eight months. we formed a task force, and we built a product. that's one of the reports that's g
. >> we are probably not alone in that. let's listen to sean in columbus, ohio. you are on the air. caller: i was wondering if it is true that when margaret taylor prayed for her husband's defeat for the presidency, she was that much against it. when she an invalid in the white house because of difficulties of having so many children? >> i don't know that she actually prayed for his defeat. he was the first to admit that she was not very happy with his victory. >> many of these stories are written well after the fact. as a historian, we have to question where is the source of these stories? if you hear the stories told in five different stories and it turns out it is the same story told over and over again. we don't know if it is true. there's a story that apparently he was on the steamboat when the movement was to make him the nominee and somebody asked him who he was going to vote for. taylor said i am not sure, and the man said i am voting for taylor. he does not know he is talking to tayler. he said i would not vote for taylor because i personally know his wife does not want him to run
? >> yeah. as i said last night on sean hannity's show, look, you've got a potential situation where assad will be deposed and who will replace him? it may well be someone who has allied with ansar al-shariah, the very group that is responsible for orchestrating the benghazi terrorist attack which is -- we will be marking the first anniversary in less than a month. and the question is always going to be, is this intervention going to cause more harm than good? >> gretchen: yep. lots of moving pieces here. let's move on to the next dicey topic, which is obamacare. believe it or not, a new poll shows that 44% of americans are not even sure that it's actually the law of the land right now. so some people are asking whether or not they'll be surprised when the bill starts rolling in. here is that poll right there. obamacare confusion, 44% don't know if it's law. 31% unsure if it's law. 8% believe the law was repeeled. and 5% believe it was overturned by the supreme court. what does this say to you? >> well, can you blame the americans for the state of confusion about this? i mean, there are so
sean, a reporter with sharp grid today. it's been said that with regards to isac there are not enough security clearances for everyone who wants to participate. it's acknowledged this is a problem and what is being done to address it. >> thanks for the question. the industry recognized we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it. so then you do the simple math, and i want to say there's 4,000 entities and to come up with a model that may be three or four clearances are needed for entities. do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, et cetera, et cetera. so, who really should get those clearances? well, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors, tackled this problem for the last eight months. they formed a task force and we built a product. that's one of the reports going to the board here next week, and if it's approved, accepted, by the board, it will become public. that is one model for the clearance issue. and i look forward to getting that in
, thank you. >> sean phillips with the m a. have a question about transparency, we are seeing more articles in the new york times recently how expensive a sailing trip can be, where one provider will charge $500 and another one charges only $100. these are things that will be difficult for consumers to see, that line item might not be easily broken out, might not see it at all. as you mention it, consumers read through their packages, the package provided by the employer to the employee, not the provider. as you said it gets very complex and some of these fees will not be there. it will be hard for the employee to control their costs. how are the employers going to help the employees with that? >> the good news is most of the health plans now including united and cigna, anthem, a number of health plans on the leading edge have apps, applications that allow people to know a couple things and some third parties like compare health and others. this is a fast-moving field. whether an employee or consumer or patient needs to know, what is it going to cost them? even the data on charges,
tell you my personalities are. rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levine. i always tell our clients can i say, i don't agree with what they say but i agreed with the value of the customer that they put in front of you. but if you listen to what they say, if you listen to the words, it's all buzz. and see what happens is, the people that are fans of that type of talk radio, they are listening very carefully. we are not paying attention. and what they're doing in effect is mobilizing their forces. so what we have to do is we have to make sure that we educate our young people. we have to make sure that they are politically astute. we need to make sure that they are a part of the process of making change in our community. and that's what i believe the role of a segment and a zeta and the mine nine organization did. we both of youth auxiliary groups. zeta hous has agreed. we need to make sure that we have a political action arm that is teaching our young people about what their history is but more important how they can change the future. and if we can do that effectively, we then help to se
] >> thank you very much. my name is sean gray from the university. i was in russia for seven years. i would like to ask the panel a question about russia's future. i have seen my peers and the generation younger than me growing up in russia and i noticed that basically if they are smart and if they are liberals who are thinking they will try to leave the country and you mentioned silicon valley about how russia is one of the languages and they are very smart but unfortunately they are not looking to improve their country and the legal systems and so forth. then you see the other guys that are staying there and a lot of these nationalists and people like that who are going and protesting in the beating and stuff like that. others protests and then they are rising of taking positions in the government as well. that's the future in russia itself. he's not going to be around for very long and this is a question that always [inaudible] [laughter] >> sorry about that. [laughter] >> speaking as a member of the younger generation looking for work in the future i didn't mean to offend anybody. unfor
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